Last night marked Jimmy Fallon’s first full night back as host of The Tonight Show, and, while he’d been releasing quick 5-minute episodes to keep things moving throughout the Olympics, those weren’t the appropriate place to address the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, nor the coordinated and righteous response by the survivors in the two weeks since. And so last night, he took a quick moment to praise them, saying, “This is a real revolution”—and adding that he and his family would be joining the students in the March For Our Lives, to be held in Washington, D.C. on March 24.
Fallon hasn’t typically embraced our political moment with the fervor his other late-night hosts have, and he addressed it here delicately, but it’s good to see him couple his words with real-world action. Other celebrities—like Oprah Winfrey, the Clooneys, and Steven Spielberg—have given massive donations to the march. You can find out more or make your own donation here.